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THE BEND BULLETIN.
(I'libllslieil Every Wednesday)
OKOIIOB PALMER PUTNAM
RODERT W. SAWYER
FRED A. WOELKLE.V
An Independent nowRpnpor stand
ing for tho Buunro deal, elenn busi
ness, clonn politics nnd tho beet In-It-rests
of Bond nnd Control Orpgon.
Uno your Jl.GO
Six months 80
Threo months GO
on Itnmovnlilo body
to tho Demi Spirit
Docs It npply
nnd tho 'county
Tho Irrigation Congress, which us
ually meets In January or February,
Is to li.ivo Its next sessions on De
cember 28, 20 and 30. Last chance
, All subscriptions nro duo nnd
PAYAIJLE IN ADVANCE. Notices of
expiration nro mnlled subscribers nnd
If renewal Is not made within roiison
iiblo tlmo, tho puper will be discon
1'lenno notify us promptly of nny
chnnKO of nlclrmn, or of inllure to re
ceive tho paper rogilarly. Otherwise
wo will not bo responsible for copies
Mnko nil chocks and orders pay
nble to Tho Dcnd llullctln.
two lotB. 600
-Chicken houso on
bird capacity. In-
Furnished room foi
to Irrigate before tho drouth sets In.
O. A, C, trimmed tho crack Michi
gan team ''and Washington1., walloped
Cnllfornln.' Pretty. good for the Pa
You remember tho Democratic tar
iff reductions reduced tho cost of liv
ing, don't you? Neither do wo.
Portland nowspoper he n d 1 n g:
"King Oeorgo Able to Stand a Llttlo."
A llttlo what? '
gentleman. Inquire Uiilioilu. 37i
FOR RENT One thiee room and
one lour loom house. J. Ryan &
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 17, l!)ir.
IIREAI) UPON THE WATER.
Somo Portland lumber manufac
turers, lod In- or lendliiK tho Ev
ening Tolegrnm, nro trying to bully,
tho Houthorn Pncllle railroad Into
giving Portland n freight ito on
lumber to northern California points
ldentlrnl to thoso enjoyed by the lum
ber mills In tho Willamette valley.
Portland shippers now pay four contH
u hundred more than the Willamette
Tho Tolegrnm Is conscientiously
edited nnd Hit owners (who happen
to bo lumbar man) have n reputation
for public spirit and rotirnKouiisiiPM.
Usually Tho Telegram lights In a
In thin Instance, however, tho
paper nnd the lumbermen who nro
directly and selfishly Interested, nro
In n canipnlgii which bids fnlr to drag
that old-tlmo skeleton labeled "Tho
Portland Hog" from the closet. And)
oven by rattling its nones iwnicn
hnve had considerable clianco to dry
of Into) they nro doing Portland an
InJiiHtlco nnd encouraging tho renew,
nl of a dlstriiHt ntul Jealous dislike
fit our metropolis on the part of Its
own tributary Undo territory.
Portlnnd mills have tho iidvniitago
of water transportation. Portland
has hotter rates than tho Wlllniuetto
mills to eastern Oregon, Washington
nnd lilnho, mid tho hiimo rntcw, via
water to Cnllfornln excepting points
on thu H, P. betweecen Weed and
Hncrnmonlo. Ami the geographic int
uition or tho valley shippers should
glvo them ii slight ailvautago for tho
trade of this comparatively small ter
ritory. For Portlnnd the gninn Is not
worth the candle. It must not try
to hog iiverythlng. The prosperity of
tlin Willamette vnlly Is vitally Import
ant to IIh own prosperity. Portland
raiijic.t on Its foot nmln only through
tho development of tho country be
hind It. It should encourage the up
building of that country. If It does
otherwise It will lilte off Its roniiiior
clul iiohh to spllo It commercial facet
Wo expect I'ortlauil to step for
Inrd, not back. Wo opoct to ho It,
IIiioukIi Its oomiuorclnl hodle. nnil
Iti IlimnclBl lenderH, offer n he'pliiK
hand to tliH territory upon whose
xrouth Its own growth so tibnolutely
depend. And while Portland Is help
ing the valley lumber manufacture.
It should also biwtlr Itself In support
of Mr. Strahorn'B Contnil Oregon
rnllroad a support of dollars, not
nIuiio of words.
Portland's bread east upon her
trade waters, whether they bo the
viilley, of Central Oregon or else
where, will return to her n hundred
fold. In the properly sol'lsli-goncr-oslty
of her spirit of co-operation
rests her hope of future grentneiM.
FOR SALE or TRADE For auto
in Hint clnes condition, desert claim
relinquishment ttlth or without water
right in full. Telephone Rinrk
FOR SALE Flno Jersey cow price
$70.00, worth $80. Reason for coll
ing, nm not able to enre for her. Mrs.
C. E. Nichols, Tuiualo, Ore. 37p
FOR SALE House and lot. Price
right. Terms reasonable. Inqulro
A. E. Edwards, llend Sign Co. 37tf
FOR SALE Small cabinet organ
In good condition. See Mrs. T. W.
' FOR SALE Oood fresh cows, 3
iiillos north wost of Deschutes. John
E. WllllntilB. 3C-37p
FOR SALE Nice fat young geese.
Phone Rural 13. DO-UXc
FOR SALE Driving horso audi
milch cow. Inquire Kenwood groc
FOR SALE Man's bicycle. Good
condition, $&. Phono lllack 112 ,'IGc
FOR SALE Six weeks old pigs to
roast whole for Thanksgiving. Also
geese. W. J. Alt. 3C-37c
FOR SAM Fifteen ncro fruit and
vegetable farm In Florldu. Will
trade for lot In llend nnd bnlnnco in
cash. Inquire Edward II. Thatcher,
Mlllican, Crook county, Oregon. 3l-7p
FOR SALE Small counter at tho
Cozy Restaurant. 31 tf
When a man "fnlls down" on u
Job It usually marks his downfall.
TO CREAMERY PATRONS.
There have been fifty-two (52)
certificates Issued to the patrons of
tho creamery and there are Just n
fow more shares to bo sold, which
wo would like to dispose of before
December 4, 1915. The buyers would
then bo ontltled to vote In tho De
comber annual election, Thoso who
purchase shares do not have to pay
tho 4 running expenses.
L. C. ROBERTS,
Adv. 37-38c Pres. Creamery Hoard.
Try our fresh broad nnd pastry.
Cnrmody Rrothers. Uond street.
Adv. 35 tf
See Edwards for good houso paint
WANTED Slnglo buggy, with or
without top. Inquire Ilulletln. 37p
WANTED Position as housekeep
er by lady of thirty. Experienced
with children. Inqulro llullctln. 37p
LOST AND FOUND.
TAKB.N UP Hay mnro nnd colt
nt Kasprovltr. homestead, Reinstall
valley, llranded 711 on loft shoulder,
Owner write P. O. box 11, llend, 33tfc
LOST Plain gold caso Indies
watch. Return to Ilulletln olllco and
rocelvo. reward. 30tf.
LOST Between Hold school and
Amerlcnn llakcry, ring fur 3iur.ll
linger. Has three Greek letters on
outside. Finder kindly return to Ilul
letln olllco. 37-Sc
TO TRADE OR EXCHANGE.
TO TRADE Tho best butcher
business In Vancouver, Washington
Will trade for Improved 10 If closo
to llend. Oregon. See Ilomowokori
Und Co. 3C-39C
TO EXCHANGE Incomo Tncninn
property, ii pieces, $5000 eneh, to ex
change for dry goods or gpiieral iner
chniiill"0 buslnots In Pond., Ore. Ad
dress P. O. Smith. 8 ion North Chey
enne slreot, Tnconui, Wn, 37-38p
ARE HERE AND
READY FOR YOU. .
OUR STOCK THIS YEAR
IS FAR LARGER AND IS
MORE COMPLETE Than
EVER BEFORE. An End
less Variety of Things to sell
r?at , '
and '50 cents
and a Great Many at
75c and $1.00
Make Your Selections Early
While Stqcfcs are Complete.
Purchases mudemow will be stored free.u.iti n
im'fiT Christmas. '
B. A. ROLFE
MISS EMILY STEVENS
in Frederick DeGrcssac's
Famous Love Tale
in Five Acts and 200 Scenes
Tonight and Thursday Night
Something New in the Universal Films
You Buy for Less
The Permanent, Progressive and Reliable
Store of Bend
Imuirntice Coinmliwloiier Harvey j
Wjiljn report that lire Iomoh In Ore-
Hon thin or expend the net Iiu'oiiii
of liiHiirutict) eouiiauloM about elKhtv
ior cent. Nulurnlly, eouiiunteH;
don't relUb operatliiK t n lotw. l'n-(
ItMti ooudltlouii lmiirovu eonipuules
will withdraw (mm the utate and
raten will tnerfVa. Hither would in
Vdry uiidtMtlnibl. What Mr Well
trying to do In to Imlp the mil'ti''
pmteet Ittelf H1nt fir, m thai
will Iwnvdt tlif nubile m1I a tlx
romimttliM. W Hit Hhould lu-li i
gladly. The lwt way Is to km Rid
agalnil tire, nud the bt 4 to d
(hit l to InsUl uitoii ndMURt iio
toln id upon ueklnew. non-ar.
rnitvoUllon of rutihUli und pnuier In-;
liWlfwn tu our liuiii4Ni. our tor hihI
our aoHiiuuulty. !
n I - " -I'l'LI.
T1il U how C. C Chnomnn d
kerlUM John V. fHrroll of the I'oru
Inud T(-lKrni, wbrm iuot ptMiplcl
llkd (except Hum JoekMni: "Ah Ii-,
ilk Itepubllctn of VrotreMlve ten
dfitjniM nod Soclnllatle Idenlit. wu
Agiita for the priuetjiaU of the 1ui- '
oeratlo iwrty end wtiw victory for i
tho I'rohlblilrulttu." -
NORYAL L. SPRINGER
Up Sltifi Drtn Muililinii
Call lor nJ Dclivri All
Woik. Oiclfii liVcn hy
"Sonny" the Meiwnjer Boy
AI'TIIH MW MHAT
Gilbert (b Son
tioi) hoki: wins norr.
Ted Hoke obtained a knock out
decision early In the third round In
hla bout last Sunday afternoon with
Kid Portor of Wnlla Wnlln. The
match was hold at tho He ml Com
pany's mill across tho river.
Tor your nlco homo buy n lot In
Doulevard Addition. Adv.
Cate of htatfle, fins now openttt
JAe 5tijle Kiop
Have your tires been 99 satis
factory during the past two years?
"The Wr Huaanrd" In the Novem
ber kieue of the American Mniliie
la worth readln. ' It I llrvt liaud tee
Umww o( tho "filprle of wnr oor
rolieratlni rteaort-l 8liriHn.
m 1 LI
Stiiueatliig that the local ereutHMT
vaM at one time " a dlaeredUod Ih
atltution" U mi far wide of tit fneU
a to throw litter edit oh whoever
inukta he UBMtlon.
TKVrft la an old mw eoncernlns'the
inuetlnK of an IrreeUtntde force and
Ii lotttnl it The Pionrci
lltin, DrnJ, il Mill file
lr )our I lit rw Celtic
tt j out call, or
1' ll O M C 22X
HE3T RHEUMATIC REMEDY
If in 1914 and 1915 you
have used ten tires and one
lms "gone bad," you have
only been 00 'Jfe satisfied. If
two havo "gone, bad," your
score is reduced to 80.
In 1914 nnd 1915, out of
every piilKon Diamond Squoe
f Trend Tires, 990,000, or
S3 ,1 have made good.
Was your percentage
that hiRh ?
If nine friends and your
self had between you, in 1914
nnd 1915, botiRht 1C0 Dia
mond Squeegees for your
.cars, but one fire out of the
whole lot would have re
If it takes you 15 years
to use up 100 tires yourself,
in nil those years only one
Diamond Squeegee will cause
you any trouble.
These are facts based on
the law of averages upon
which billions are invested in
the life insurance business.
Start using Diamond
SquseRees. Vou can't beat
"99 satisfaction" in the tire
Diamond 'Fatr-Lst" Prices:
rr tt "niami it i will ayMa lriS m i aa n 7 i
Jfett to the H3n,t UWs.s
Designer ofUaclics coions, Ottits, Stresses
Sinning Gowns a iptctnlty
Till! SO.CAM.l'l) "COItltl'fT 8TVMS" mc nlinjily
tho designs liihtlnethely fnvoretl by urtlhtlc Judgment of
thoso men mIioso rellued opinion is liest wortli follimliiK.
It Is tliey
Who Make the
We, as stylo purveyors, simply nntlclnnto ntjd bIi,i
ply their demands, r f K
The conservative eleganco of the IJrnnilono.Klncaitl
Clothes appeals to the conson-ntlvo man. Thoy have a
touch that appeals to the progressive man as well. They
nro high grade sultB In worstod, sorgos, cheviots In var
ied patterns nnd styles. Thoro Is nono bettor made for
$20 and $25
i j . 1 1 . i .
For every day wear domnndlng constant usngo tho
S. T. nnd A. T. .Miller suits have no equal. Wo have
them In values
Gnherdlne ralnconts. Kxceptlonal early winter values
at ijyo.oo marked down to $1M. Army cloth gaher
dlnes marked down from
5 to $20
Unlmacaan ovorooats la up-to-the-minute styles.
Maoklnaws. Orogon City. Oregon, brand In all grndea.
patterns and sizes.
Tho nioft complete and beat line of ruhbor goods In
Everything to outfit tho worklngman from head to
Planning a trip?' Look over our trunks and' suitcase
Just In, a Use of t'erximin'g LojiKcr'n Shoes,
Our line of hats and caps contains the laiest patterns
A. L. FRENCH